Good night. Lucy Letby has been found guilty of murdering seven babies and attempting to murder six others while she worked as a nurse at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Lucy Letby verdict: Nurse found guilty of murdering seven babies
The verdicts confirm the 33-year-old Hereford man as Britain’s most prolific serial killer of babies. Letby was convicted of murdering five boys and two girls during a year-long killing spree between June 2015 and June 2016. During the same period, she also attacked and attempted to kill four boys and two girls using a variety of methods. different. Follow here for live updates. “Lucy Letby perverted her learning and weaponized her craft,” the CPS statement read in its entirety.
Lucy Letby: The quiet ‘geek’ turned murderer was afraid she wouldn’t have children of her own
To some, she was a quiet, geeky student. To her friends, the one who loved salsa.
To her family, she seemed like the devoted daughter, and to many of her patients, she seemed like a caring and dedicated nurse.
Lucy Letby had many aspects, but few who knew her would have pegged her as a conniving and manipulative killer, let alone one of Britain’s worst serial killers.
Look the moment serial child killer Lucy Letby is arrested.
Lucy Letby got mad when she couldn’t kill our babies, parents of twins reveal
The parents of the twins that Lucy Letby attempted to murder have revealed how the nurse became “angry and frustrated” when their children survived. Letby attacked babies L and M during a day shift on April 9, 2016, poisoning one with insulin and injecting the other with air. But both children survived, leaving their would-be killer extremely angry, according to the parents. Professor David Wilson explains why doctors really kill. Look the moment Lucy Letby revealed she was “worried” about the baby deaths in an interview with police.